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Old March 22nd, 2007, 12:27 AM
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Hello friends,

When I start the Tomcat server, I get the following error message:
java.net.BindException Address already in use:JVM_Bind:8080

I have already checked the similar messages which have been posted earlier, so I understand that I might need to change the port number. I have used the netstat -a command where I have found that

Protocol TCP at Local Address home:8080 is in a Listening state.

Is there any way by which I would be able to figure out the process which is connected to that port 8080 and how I can disconnect the same.

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Old March 26th, 2007, 07:08 AM
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Hi,

I think you've selected to run tomcat as a service while installing it, check if tomcat is running as a service.

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Hi,

Please check the server.xml (tomcat config file)
Your tomcat is trying to bind on default port 8080 during startup

Check your other application /services one might be running using this port.

Change the tomcat default setting.
Change port 8080 to 9090 in server.xml and try again.

Or stop the service which is using the 8080 port.

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